Gold Coast Hockey Association Inc. is seeking E.O.I. for a R.C.D for the 2019 season.
Please refer to the attached document for specific details.
Applications will be received up to the close of business 4/1/2019 to email@example.com
GCHA is pleased to announce that the following local players have been selected in the 2019 QLD State teams to compete in Nationals in Goulburn NSW in January 2019. Congratulations to all.
U13 GIRLS Fire: Charli Woosnam U13 BOYS Shots: William Powell Shadow Lennox Hassum
U15 GIRLS Team 1: Kyra Livermore U15 BOYS Shadows: Bailey Charlesworth, Kyan Murphy, Darcy Riley
U18 WOMEN Shadow: Dayle Dolkens U18 MEN : Tate Weyer
Vale - Ian Hood
It is with deep sadness that we share with you the loss of a dear member of our Gold Coast Hockey community.
Ian Hood passed away last Sunday the 7th October. Our condolences to Bruce & the extended Hood family. On behalf of our hockey members, I wish you love, support & prayers through this tough time.
Ian was a passionate member of our hockey community. He was a kind, sharing, intelligent, loving person and was mates with many. He will be sadly missed.
He fought bravely after his stroke and stayed with us, for a week before passing. The compassion of Ian is evident in his final choice to be an organ donor. His last final gift is life to many others. Ian will live on helping others, something that he did when he was here with us.
Ian your memories will live on through our hockey community. Rest in Peace mate.
With respect & love from the GCHA Board of Direcgtors & its members.
Junior & Senior Indoor Competitions will commence October 2018.
Refer to the Competition page for more details
The Under 15 Girls teams are being finalised shortly, due to injury concerns some players are waiting on medical advice.
The Teams will be named shortly. Thanks you for your understanding, GCHA
Gold Coast Hockey would like to congratulate the following boys on their selection for 2018.
Shadows are requested to continue training with the team for the remainder of the build up to the tournament.
Liam Van Twest